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September 2, 2010

on September 2, 2010

My heart almost broke this morning.  Teagan looked like such a big girl when I dropped her off at day care this morning.    We walked into the building (well, I put her down after the outside step), through the security door, past the outer table, where kids were eating.  Miss T gave everyone she passed her princess wave.  I then opened the door to the infant room and she walked in.  She never used to like going into the infant room, she would cry until she was put in the high chair and promised food.  Again, she waves to everyone in the room, goes to get a toy and would have started playing except she’s not in the infant room any more.  She’s “officially” in the young toddler room now, although she’s been going in there and spending parts of the day for the past month or so.  The young toddler room is through the infant room.

The instructor (teacher?) said she should come right in, so I opened the half-door from the infant room to the  young toddlers.  She walks right in.  Goes towards the toy box to get something to play with, but the instructor asked if she wanted corn bread and fruit (they had peaches!).  Of course Teagan wanted food – she always wants food – so walked over.  As the instructor was getting a plate (!) ready for her, she asked Teagan to go sit in a chair at the table.  They have a toddler table, with these tiny chairs.  Teagan goes and sits herself right down, and then when the plate is put in front of her, loaded up with food as well as a fork, she picks up the fork and starts eating with her hand.  LOL.  She had to hold the fork though.

I wish I had a camera (even my phone) to have taken a picture.  She’s gotten so big, but this morning, she looked so grown up.

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4 responses to “September 2, 2010

  1. Kris A says:

    Time goes WAY too fast! I just had Thomas do the “mom, you can let go of my hand now” walking to a soccer game. This was quickly followed by the “please don’t hug me in front of the guys” (though after the game I got hugs and cuddles at home..so there is still hope.

    • lisasff says:

      I’m beginning to see that! I wish it wasn’t though. I suppose that what it is is just a series of letting go.

      Can’t they stay little for a little bit longer?

  2. lisasff says:

    Kat * commented on your post.

    Kat wrote:
    “Awww….she’s growing up so fast. So glad you’re journaling this milestones for her. One day she will enjoy them as much as we do. You’re awesome parents!!!”

    ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~

    She is growing up too fast. It would be nice to slow it down some how. Although one day she might hate that I’ve been blogging her life, she might also be happy I haven’t lost some of the little things (and big).

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